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MAB Community Services

General Info

Program Name
MABHab
Agency Office
24 Denby Road
Allston, MA 02134
Phone
617-926-7080
Program Type
Dayprogram types definition
Business Filing Type
Corporation
Organizational Type
Non-Profit
Transportation options
Transportation for consumers attending our programs
Hours of Operation
8:30 – 2:30 Monday – Friday
Contact
Rick Kalish
Services
Day Activity, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy
Populations Served
Brain/Head Injury, Developmental Disability
Eligibility Requirements
DDS eligibility, MassHealth

Narrative

MABHab day habilitation program is focused on individual skill development and independence for each of our clients. Our clients are adults that have a developmental disability or brain injury that occurred before the age of 22, and have a range of individual needs. Our staff include occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech pathologist, and behavioral consultants, as well as medical professionals. We provide orientation and mobility assessment for all incoming clients, and our specialists work with individuals to help maximize their mobility and independence. Specialists identify when to work with adaptive equipment as needed, and a therapy dog comes regularly to work with clients. Our expert staff help clients to develop useful life skills such as grocery shopping, financial management skills, and social relations. We work with the individual’s family to help meet their goals toward independence.

 

The program has a focus on skills acquisition and maintenance.  We have a full time nurse and consultation by OT, PT and Speech Therapy. 

Licensure

Accreditation

Awarding Authority 
Type 
Title 
Date Issued 
Expiration 
Status
CARF 
Accreditation 
Accrediation 
 
 

Client Information

Staff to Client Ratios
65 clients to every 10 staff person
Age Range of Clients
22 years to 99 years
Number of Current Clients
65

Towns Served

ALLSTON, BACK BAY, BEACON HILL/WEST END, BOSTON, BRIGHTON, WATERTOWN

Record last updated on 10/01/2019

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